Cat on the Run in Cat of Death! (Cat on the Run #1) - From the Creator of The Bad Guys (Paperback)
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Bad Guys comes another hilarious illustrated series starring a pampered cat who is way tougher than anyone realizes.
What happens when the world's biggest cat video star gets accused of a crime she didn’t commit? She becomes a cat on the run, that’s what.
But how do you avoid capture and prove your innocence when you are the most famous feline on the planet? Well, it ain’t easy.
Follow Princess Beautiful -- for that is her name -- as she goes from meme megastar #1 to public enemy #1 and cheer her on as she fights to clear her name.
Is she a super villain? An internet-famous buffoon? Or a butt-kicking gal who's just been seriously underestimated?
YOU be the judge...
About the Author
Aaron Blabey has written many well-loved, bestselling books for children. He is the creator of three hugely successful series for children- the New York Times bestselling The Bad Guys, Pig the Pug, and Thelma the Unicorn. The Bad Guys movie released in 2022. It was produced by DreamWorks Animation with Aaron serving as an executive producer on the project.
Aaron's books have won many awards, including nine REAL Awards, an INDIE Book Award for Children's Book of the Year, a Children's Book Council of Australia- Book of the Year Award, NSW Premiers Literary Award for Children's Literature, two Australian Book Design Awards, and a Children's Peace Literature Award.
Praise for Cat on the Run in Cat of Death!:
"An antics-filled series launch that effectively captures the absurdity of social media fame while building to a cat-tastic cliffhanger." -- Publishers Weekly
Praise for The Bad Guys series:
* "This book instantly joins the classic ranks of Captain Underpants and The Stinky Cheese Man. We challenge anyone to read this and keep a straight face." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
* "Guaranteed to be a hit for chapter book readers looking for humor and action." -- School Library Journal, starred review